All posts tagged Transparency International

Adieu to a friend, ally in accountability wars

Allan Cutler, Sean Bruyea and Ian Bron A stalwart champion for whistleblowers and the laws to protect them is stepping down. Wrongdoers, especially those in government and their apathetic allies in oversight may think they can take a breather. They may not have long to rest. There are only two organizations that focus on whistleblowing […]

Transparency International Canada calls for better protection for whistleblowers

Better statutory protection for whistleblowers, an enhanced focus by law enforcement on domestic bribery,and public agencies introducing strict sanctions for corruption offenders are among 11 recommendations included in a report released on December 9, 2013, by Transparency International Canada (TI-Canada) for the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) Implementation Review. The report was prepared by TI-Canada with […]

The Whistle Blower’s Dilemma

In August of this year, the following piece appeared in the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday. It calls for new whistleblower protections in that country, and quotes our President, Allan Cutler, extensively. It also draws on the knowledge of Transparency International and the experiences of the U.S. whistleblowing regimes. It is followed by an op-ed by […]